Sliding Sash Windows
Sash windows date back to the 1600s, and the design has two frames which slide vertically, enabling air to flow more freely.
While there are variations, the traditional sliding sash window has two sashes set on a vertical track, one in front of the other. Both sashes move up and down the track. Operation is versatile – you can have either the top or bottom section open, or have each one ajar. There are variations on the style and decorative horns if required.
Safe, secure and with an elegant appearance, sliding sash models have the added advantage of being low maintenance